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I bought some 150 grn for my '06, but can't find any loading data. I'm sure it's out there, but hoping someone could point me in the right direction.

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Try any load for the 150 grain bullets in a 06, what kind of powder do you have?

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Thanks for the reply, and I ment to say 165 grains-without buying every book out there, is there one book that covers more info?

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Use the load data for any 165gr bullet. You should be starting at well below max and building up from there, so you'll be ok. You don't necessarily need to use load data given for a particular bullet, just keep safely below maximum for any bullet in that weight.

My favorite manuals are: Lee Modern Reloading, Sierra Rifle & Handgun 4th, and the latest Lyman. I'll use data from any one of the three on bullets whose manufacture and make they might not even mention.
 

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I use the 49th Edition of Lyman and it covers a lot of stuff. It has it strengths and weaknesses, but so do all reloading manuals.

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